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sound design advice creating a Air Raid Siren
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 07, 2014 10:06 am    Post subject:  sound design advice creating a Air Raid Siren
Subject description: I would like help with sound design in order to create an Air Raid Siren used in a track
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HI!

I would like to know how to create with a soft synth the Air raid horn/siren used in the following song: "Duck sauce - Everyone (feat. Teddy Toothpick)"

I have ableton 9 suite with all the free expansion packs and synths it comes out of the box with, Maschine MK2 the software is V1 (i've never used the software, I use the hardware as a controller for serato loops and cues), NI Massive, and Arturia Minimoog V original, Tyrell Nexus 6- and I'm on a mac...


From some of my latest research- I have found the Federal Signals HT1000 thunderbolt Air raid siren to be very close in pitch and the cycle time of the one used in the track... there is one sound in free/sound/dot/org called carterattack that starts off in the right pitch but the length of the cycle doesn't seem to match up-


I also believe some house / acid tracks in the early 90's used similar sirens as stabs or accents... I know i've heard that same tone in much shorter bursts or stutters in the past- I just cannot remember what tracks-


thank you so much everyone for taking the time to read my post
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